The Most Bang for Your Buck at the Museum of Miniatures

By Sponsored content from the Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures April 24, 2021

As Tucson temperatures are rising and you’re looking for some indoor fun to beat the heat, look no further than the BIG world of small delights– The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures. In order to protect the miniatures in the museum, the galleries are climate controlled for temperature and humidity. When it’s too hot in Tucson for outdoor family fun, the museum is a great place to go for a cool respite and creative inspiration!

An Annual Museum Membership (4-person or 6-person-per-visit plans) pays for itself in just two visits!

With the museum’s new flexible membership plans, you can bring whomever you want as often as you want! The 4 Person Per Visit Membership and 6 Person Per Visit Membership plans pay for themselves after just two visits, but you could come 6 days a week for a whole year if you wanted to. Museum members enjoy free admission to children's programs like May Day and Tiny Tales for Tots and discounts on others like the monthly Kids Create At Home, and upcoming Summer Camps!

May Day with Fairy Caitlin

Summer Camps at the Mini Time Machine Museum 

This delightful Tucson Museum has more than 500 miniatures in its permanent collection and multiple limited-time exhibitions, there is always something new to see! Current and upcoming exhibitions include In the Eye of a Needle: Micro-Miniatures by Flor Carvajal; Ric’s Renovations, the Dollhouse & Vehicle Redo; Tori West: Medley of Miniatures in Creative Paperclay; and Atomic Miniatures: Michael Yurkovic’s Modern Musings. An annual membership also means you can bring the whole family to experience the museum during October for HalloWEEn or over the holidays during a Wee Winter Wonderland.

The museum’s central location in Tucson along with convenient and plentiful parking make it easy to swing by for quick visits to break up your day and get out of the house. Many safety precautions, including limited tickets, are still in place. However, as a member, you will not need to make ticket reservations. 

Join today and start enjoying your membership benefits right away. Pricing and details are here.

The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures
4455 E. Camp Lowell Drive
Tucson, Arizona